Somalia on Five Dollars a Day by Martin Stanton

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When the Pentagon sends troops to what the bureaucrats call a hostile fire zone, they get imminent danger pay amounting to $150 a month.

About Martin Stanton

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Martin Stanton is an active duty army officer. He lives in Tampa, Florida.
Published July 1, 2001 by Presidio Press. 320 pages
Genres: History, War. Non-fiction

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A career army officer and a Gulf War vet, Stanton was familiar with combat pay, that extra something given to soldiers when facing "hostile fire or imminent danger" (currently $150 a month, or about $5 a day), when he sat on the roof of his Saudi Arabian headquarters in 1992 and read the "pink sl...

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